This 12U team will conduct tryouts on Saturday, Aug. 9, at Service Club Field No. 1 in Kent at 6 p.m., and on Saturday, Aug. 16, at Russell Road Park Field No. 1 in Kent at 6 p.m. More information: Steven Finch at (253) 217-1858, or online at www.eteamz.com/sbibaseballclub, or by e-mailing to email@example.com.
Boeing, Microsoft, Starbuck’s, grunge rock, and the Space Needle got some fast company this past weekend. National Hot Rod Association headliner Tony Schumacher painted himself into the Puget Sound mural along with those local icons.
Justin McMath was ready to go. He’d put in the practice time, gotten to know his teammates and coaches, and was all pumped up for some minor league football action with the Valley Mustangs last year.
Gary Densham says one of the three biggest days of the year in Northwest – along with Seafair weekend – is when the NHRA comes to Pacific Raceways in Kent.
Densham, 61, drives the Racebricks-sponsored Funny Car and has come to this track and blistered its drag strip in various cars for more than 30 years.
It is a swift but short ride. Yet collectively, it is an enduring run of good times, nostalgic moments and high-performance finishes.
For local drag racing pioneer Bill Kost, his reliable Oldsmobile is a part of history, a decorated career and family.
Ron Storer decided to put the age-old theory to the test. Turns out the theory was right:
Once you learn to ride a bike, you never forget.
“I’ve gained quite a bit of weight. So I just changed out some wheels and said, ‘I’m going to start riding again,’” said Auburn native Storer, who made a name for himself at the national level during the 1980s by riding a bike better than most everyone else in the country.